Thousands of Tucsonans, hundreds of dignitaries, inaugurate streetcar service.
Political news and gossip here in the Old Pueblo
Medical pot could soon be dropped off at Tucsonans' doorsteps.
Kozachik wants to grant police greater authority to confiscate suspects' guns.
New immigrant help center site not being disclosed to avoid protests.
They rank near the bottom in base salary but find money elsewhere.
A consulate staffer will visit Tucson next week to check out sites.
Tucson elected officials to participate in forum.
The city may drop proposed rules on urban chickens and goats.
Critics of the city’s proposed new development impact fees say the increases are excessive and the revisions illegally allocate spending in the wrong places.
Intake center to provide food, clothes and temporary housing.
Idea comes from board President Adelita Grijalva.
City sends Marriott hotel developer an email telling him the bad news.
Tucson businesses might have to fork over a little more next year to pay for a state- mandated tax change.
City finance officials worry about delays in deposits under the state's new sales-tax collecting system.
Councilman asks city to declare emergency over unaccompanied minors from Central America.
Tucsonans weighed in once again on the city’s plans to update what’s allowed and what’s forbidden when it comes to planting gardens or raising chickens within city limits.
The federal government plans to open a shelter in Tucson for unaccompanied migrant children crossing the border alone, but officials would have to seek zoning exemptions on the two locations being considered.
A judge on Friday denied a request by Tucson’s police union to order the city to continue counting unused sick days toward their pensions.
A long-stalled project on downtown’s west side will get a little more time to pay the city for streetcar expenses.